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We gathered a few more things from Holliday while on Sundance Film Festival 2019 edition with the cast & crew of “Animals”! Find more pictures from Holly around Utah, brand new photo sessions and two interviews! Guess what, and a small sneak peek into one scene from the movie. For the interview ‘Quick question’ follow this link.

 

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SCREENCAPS – INTERVIEWS – MOVIES

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PHOTOSHOOTS & PORTRAITS – 2019

Labels: Animals, Gallery Updates, Interview, Photoshoot, Screen Captures

Holliday graced Sundance Film Festival 2019 edition with the cast & crew of the female-lead comedy “Animals”! She attended on January 27th and 28th, in two different events, being the second the official premiere date. During the days Holly showed up in several portrait sessions which are now available on our gallery! We will soon bring you more so keep refreshing our site for news.

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PHOTOSHOOTS & PORTRAITS – 2019

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PUBLIC APPEARANCES – 2019 – JAN 27: THE VULTURE SPOT AT SUNDANCE – DAY 3

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PUBLIC APPEARANCES – 2019 – JAN 28: 2019 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – ‘ANIMALS’ PREMIERE

Variety: Sundance Film Review: ‘Animals’

Thirty is a curious age, at once unsettling and perilously close to settled: the first point at which you can see another adult version of yourself in the rearview mirror, and wonder what’s gone right or wrong. Its onset has a different effect on the two hard-partying Dublin girlfriends at the center of “Animals,” as their once watertight bond starts to leak boozily at the seams. For Laura, a self-styled, self-doubting 32-year-old writer, that rearview glance is one she’d rather not take, as she senses herself sliding out of sync with the world around her; for Tyler, her proudly feckless BFF, looking back only emboldens her to carry on as before.
(…) Played with fizzing yin-and-yang chemistry by Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat, they’re a welcome corrective to the more superficially subversive female leads of comedies like “Trainwreck,” whose external damage mask surprisingly conservative aspirations; heterosexual romance is an option, not a destination, in a film that sees the wine glass as half-full and half-empty by turns. (…) And if Shawkat is on fine, well-established form as a caustic social rebel, “Animals” ought to be a major career breakthrough for the superb Grainger, hitherto underused on the big screen, as a heroine unsold on her own heroism. (…)
It’s the performances that punch through the illusion, as Grainger and Shawkat’s dynamic turns on a dime from raucous, debauched complicity to savage mutual confrontation — the kind of close, cold truth-telling that, where best friends are involved, results more often than not in hurtful lies being told. Along with its ideally matched stars, “Animals” knows that the best buddy movies are really romances, and no less prone to searing heartbreak. “We will always have each other,” Laura tells Tyler, “but there comes a time when there needs to be room for other things.” Hyde’s punkily poetic film peruses those “other things” with a wary, hopeful eye, finally trusting its disheveled characters to find them for themselves. They’re only in their thirties, after all.

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Labels: Animals, Candids, Gallery Updates, Interview, Photoshoot

Hi everyone! Luckily for us, Holly has been promoting «Tell It To The Bees» in another festival! She was present at Zurich Film Festival, 14th edition. She was alongside her movie costar Anna Paquin, Annabel Jankel and Claire M Singer, the movie director and producer.

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GALLERY LINKS:

public appearances > 2018 > sep, 30: ‘tell it to the bees’ photo call – 14th zurich film festival

photoshoots & portraits > 2018 > 003. zurich film festival

Holly also made a small interview while on the red carpet:

Holliday, is this your first time in Switzerland?
In my childhood, I used to ski somewhere in Switzerland. Unfortunately, I have no idea where that was. Maybe on the border with Italy? But in Zurich I am definitely for the first time.

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Labels: Gallery Updates, Interview, News, Photoshoot, Public Appearances, Tell It To The Bees

Another sneak peek of the upcoming series, along with a small interview with the cast.

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VIDEO ARCHIVE

tv productions > patrick melrose (2018) > patrick melrose: behind the scenes

 

Labels: Gallery Updates, Interview, Patrick Melrose

We’ve collected a few interviews from Strike: Career of Evil which airs this Sunday night, here is the first, made by Digital Spy:

When a dismembered leg is sent to private eye Strike’s office, it sends the lives of both Cormoran (Tom Burke) and his partner Robin (Holliday Grainger) into disarray, forcing them to confront ghosts from their pasts.

The original book is pretty unflinching in its descriptions of certain acts of violence, with actress Grainger promising that the TV version is “pretty much [just] as hard-hitting”.

“I don’t think that it’s been toned down,” she tells Digital Spy and other press. “The story’s the same. It’s just maybe the focus isn’t always the same. If you’re reading the books, the focus might linger on something in more detail. Whereas this doesn’t.”

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Labels: Cormoran Strike, Interview

At the end of The Silkworm, Robin finally get the partnership with Strike – where is she in Career Of Evil?
Strike pays for her to do a surveillance course, between Silkworm and Career Of Evil, so by the time we’re in Career Of Evil, Robin has some more detective skills than she had in the beginning. So she’s come on in leaps and bounds in her aptitude for the job. Within that, as a detective partner, she has the freedom to make her own decisions in the business. But Strike is the boss it’s his company, but he’s also been doing this for years and years and Robin’s only just started.

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Labels: Cormoran Strike, Interview